Are you an ambassador for Christ?
Mentoring other people in the gospel is not a responsibility of only church leaders, but every member of the Lord's church.
Many people claim to have given control of themselves to God, but they can't have done that because they never had control of themselves in the first place.
Increasing in knowledge is one of the first and easiest steps we can take in our spiritual walk.
To be the church of the New Testament, we need to take on healthier views and practices of our wealth and God’s expectations of us as stewards.
Outside of faith, the only reason we have to pursue virtue or self-control or perseverance is the pressure of society and our own innate sense of right and wrong.
This fundamental transformation of who we are (and who we consider ourselves to be) is an essential component of becoming an effective disciple of our Lord Jesus Christ.
The term “member” has taken on a completely different meaning in our modern culture, and we need to be aware of that. It carries connotations that are totally against the type of Christian the Bible describes and God desires.